iPod Nano earphones “ducktaped” to Lung for DIY Ultrasound…

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If a cancerous lump differentiates from a benign lump by the nature of the Cancerous one has a parasite attached & the benign one does not, then, anti-parasitics should remove the parasite, turning a “malignant” “Cancer” into a “benign” “lump or cyst or stone or rock”…
If the outermost MARGIN of the Cancerous lump is Aluminum(cholesterol fat), the next level in is Calcium(Milk), the inner level is IRON(hardness of blood), & the centre is Hydrogen(think ice or frozen heavy water)…Then…
Then the way to get rid of the Cancerous lump is by targeting that lump from its outside margins in, in the same order, with OPPOSITE elements from the Grove Body Part Chart…
So first TITANIUM (clove cigarettes for example or any Clove like the spice),
Then IODINE(Poke root has Iodine as does seaweed),
Next (we are close to the centre of the Cancerous lump) MANGANESE(almond butter or nuts or green Tourmaline pendant),
Finally OXYGEN(IRIS Versicolor tincture or powder or Fresh Mountain Air with Oxygen)…

If you ducktape your iPod nano or any earphones really to your lung tissue, then play music loudly at it for an hour, the ULTRASOUNDWAVES will break up the frozen solid chunk of ice Hydrogen in the core of the thing, plus the sound will break up solid ice particles in your lung…(the lung sits on top of the heart)(the breasts sit on top of the lungs but are part of the lung lymph system too!)

More toilet time part deux:

The guest toilet…

Fix:

Lubricate the rusty bolts inside the toilet tank(first turn the faucet off all the way to the right…flush toilet…use sham wow rags to soak up water in tank…squeeze out into bucket…until dry tank…) I used a squirt oil from auto centre!

Lubricate all other bolts that are rusty…stop…go to sleep overnight at least…

Take your heavy cleaning laundry liquid the bucket type with the handle all full of laundry hi intensity heavy stuff…I used the one in the green bottle with some orange marketing…(put a old candle a squat one in a glass container from Room2046.com in the middle of the lid of the toilet tank when the lid is on…Make sure the lid is back on again…)

With the candle in the middle of the closed lid of your toilet tank, on top, gently put the heavy container of Laundry detergent liquid Hi def sideways on the left side of the lid to weight it down…Then put another container of laundry liquid hi def(heavy) onto the right side of the toilet tank lying down…(make sure both lids are tightly sealed)

Now the weight of the 2 laundry liquids & the candle (candle-abra) will press down on the lid of the toilet tank…That heavy heavy weight will reseal the leaky gasket in the middle in between the tank & the bowl that you cannot get to because your bolts are too rusty to move them…(ie: unscrew)

Wearing a bikini, shorts & Y back top, in blue camo pattern from Swim Outlet, on sale, as separates…& a bandana that is stretchy & comfy & fits your head so your hair is off your face, put some lipgloss on from Benefit…Blue mint please…

Wash your hands often with foam squirt Deep Steep bergamot grapefruit flavour…& a little water…in the sink…towel…

Put a rolled towel behind the toilet to catch any maybe leaks…Clean gunk you find with toilet paper or whatever you have handy…

Clove cigarettes in the maroon flavour with a turquoise blue lighter mini can save you from moldy mouth problems from agape mouth while you cardio breathe…

Recipe:

Titanium+Oxygen=Copper

Clove+Fire=Coca (Leaf type of thing which cleans Phosphorus from your Spleen)

Have some veda tea bag duck taped to your left lung just for in case you get a cement in the air dust clog in your lung…(sounds weird I know but it is just a poultice for Sissys(sisters))

Take a wire hanger, like a bow, & stretch it like a bow(no arrows please)-

Then stick the end of the wire hanger gently upside down into the teeny tiny holes under the rim of your toilet bowl to clean them…

Gag me with a spoon ugh awful but yeck !

Make sure all holes are unclogged…

Take a break…smoke another clove cigarette, or don’t it is just a song…(it repeats forever until you have a hole in your windpipe)…

don’t bruise the porcelain (which is cooked marble…)

secret information don’t share please…

clean inside under rim then with a brush toilet brush…

Baking soda one box with a hands width of slow poured vinegar white, soda first whole box, then slow pour from high up the vinegar…

Apple cider vinegar works too…

Toilet duck is some sort of blue plumber type liquid-don’t use much, save the ducks…

Buttercup

Let water back into toilet tank by turning low faucet on the left side back a little to the left…

Mine is one a 45-63 degree angle, go slow at first gentle…I opened the water intake just a touch at first to see if there were still leaks…

Don’t worry, pipes may sweat a bit from the oil…That is not a leak…

Stay home all day to do this cause it is tiring & you may have more cleaning up to do in the bathroom…

Go lie down…

Check text messages…Respond…Weigh yourself…Kitchen stores have nice glass bathroom scales in digital…be proud how much weight you lost(unless you are anorexic then go eat something-or not)

Remember: Cement comes off with heat & dry, hotness & dryness, which are? Zinc is hotness, & Oxygen is dryness…Sunshine & Fresh Oxygenated air…So if you have cement dust in your body, get some sunshine(like alot) & get some fresh air oxygen(like alot)…

If you have frozen lung due to water in the lung, tape an iphone nano to your lung area & play some ROCK(in) music)…The varying rock soundwaves should break up that ice particulate particles snowflakes glaciers ice cubes…

Work Flow Blender 2.7 animation software 3d

Work Flow Blender 2.7 animation software 3d

This is how I achieved this image using Blender 2.7 animation software (3d)…This is the beginning before you start animating or making the image move through time…!

The following chunk is actually what buttons to press while within Blender 3d animation software which by the way is FREE…

Sculpt Mode:Toplogy, enable Dynamic, Optimize, sculpt using snake tail brush & blob brush…
Open second window, set to UV view, New, name it…
Edit Mode in first window:UV Unwrap, smart Uv unwrap choose…
Go to Texture Paint:File, User preferences, Add Ons, Paint, select Paint Layers add on…(check box)
Go to Texture Paint: Choose under Display in properties panel, GLSL, solid textured, then click Color…Paint at will…
Click Bump, go to texture new, choose colours you just painted selection, paint bump map…
Render to see how it looks like…
Go Back to Object Mode, choose object modifier, subdivision surface…
Go to World, choose Paper Sky, go to Textures, Image or Movie file, Open, Open a picture you have on your computer…
Render…

Ok, confused?

Here is a Screencast of actual real time character creation…Once the character is built, you can then move on to making it move, or animating it…My workflow here is a quick way to get something going…Really…

If you write down the steps as you watch, then it will be easier to recreate…Stop & start the video to write things down…

Important tip not to forget: After painting in texture Paint, go to your second window that is set to UV mode…Click on the word “image” then choose “Pack as PNG”…This packs your texture painting layers, so that when you “save As” your “Blend” file, the texture paint layers will be recreated when you go later to work some more on your movie…This is CRUCIAL…If you don’t Pack as PNG, then when you save your blend file, later reopen, your image will just be ALL Black…Nothing of texture paint will have been saved…

Ok…Part two is coming:

Ok, this is about Animating your character that you have created in Part one of this post…

In object Mode, go to Vertex Groups, scroll down to Shape Keys, click +, then click + again & this time type in a name for your shape key…(the first plus activated the word Basis, this is the basic stance)…

In Edit Mode, choose Edges as your mode of editing…

Now for example, select all the edges along the top of an eye…(right click to select one edge then Shift & right click to select more edges at the same time)…

Now Grab that bunch of edges & bring it downwards to make the eye close…

Do the same with the bottom eyelid…

Now the other eye…

Now go back into Object Mode…

Ok, now go to the slider under your shape key that you have named…If you slide the slider the eyes will close…Slide back & they will open…

To ANIMATE: Click on the record all keyframes red thingy to record all keyframes…(bottom of screen)…

Hover over the slider with your mouse arrow & press “I”…This records your first keyframe…

Move the green timeline to say frame 10…

Move your slider to make the eyes close…Hover over with mouse arrow…Press “I” again…This records a frame at frame 10…

Keep going…

RENDERING TIPS:

Increase Bitrate to 10000 for a smoother animation…

Render as PNG first into a folder, then after images are saved in a file, go back into VIDEO EDITING, click ADD, then add image, hit “A” to select all images you have rendered, then Accept…

Now back in Default Mode, Choose H.264, Quicktime , Bitrate slide to 10000…Click ANIMATION…

You now have a Movie clip…

EXTRA: Drop your clip into SIMPLE MOVIE, choose copy & paste several times…This adds several repeats to your clip, loops…File export as Quicktime…

Drop this looped file into Garageband to add sound loops…(Hit Control, show loop browser to show loops…)

Share this to Disk…You now have a Movie with Sound…

Upload to Youtube, WordPress VideoExpress, Vimeo, Flickr…Write a Post about it & embed from the code they give you…You are now a filmmaker!

Bezier Curves & other Curves in Blender 2.7 (3d animation software)

Bezier Curves & other Curves in Blender 2.7 (3d animation software)

Eventually you will wonder how the bezier curves work in Blender…You will add one & get a snakey line, but not be able to make it a solid…Ahem…(That was me!)…Finally…Here is how you do it:Go to Object data…Scroll down to the BEZEL slider…Slide that around-wow! Your curve becomes a tube! This is exciting…The other curves follow that same process…Use the other sliders beside the bezel one to further alter your solid…Resolution slider is neat too! Thank me…This was simple & yet for some reason, took me a while to figure out…But very very cool, no?

Style Note: Ok, so I changed the theme of this blog to Chalkboard…I love the way it looks…It makes me wonder if people will be inclined to read more because the chalkboard feel is very familiar…On the other hand I am breaking the rule that black on white is better than white on black…Please tell me if you have strong feelings about the theme…I am only using free themes for now, so there is no real commitment & I could really change it when I please…

Are you online for extensive periods of time but are lonely in the real world? Are you finding that even your online friends are tired of your aching neediness? Have they told you in not so many words? STOP…Get a life…Leave the computer…Really…Go out…Find some real company…If your career does involve online communicating you may be hurting your business by confusing business contacts with social contacts…Case in point:If you are a male artist & you are communicating with a female artist, this is not the time to discuss your sexual desires…I write this because I encounter this confusion quite often…If I am talking to another artist online I expect some professional boundaries, like in any other profession…Just because this is art does not mean that sexual innuendo is ok…Take a hint…

Ok back to business…A very neat thing to do in Blender 3d animation is this:

Add a mesh, like a cylinder or cube…In Edit Mode, select a vertex & extrude it-it will be like a line…Do this several times in different places, just for fun…

Ok, now go to the Modifiers(in Object Mode now), & select SKIN…This will skin your stick lines…Now in that same area select CREATE ARMATURE…This creates a workable rig inside your stick figure…

Now just select the stick figure, Hold SHIFT, THEN select the armature (right click on it)…Now hit CONTROL P…Select the choice “with automatic weights”…

Now the armature is the parent to the stick figure…

With armature selected go into POSE MODE…

Now you can ANIMATE your stick figure!!! So COOL!

Update theme: Well, chalkboard theme lasted about 5 minutes! Back to SELECTA…I did change the colour palette though to a neon green background…Probably because I am doing animation…

Ok, so here is how to use HOOKS in Blender…With the Bezier Curve…

So you add your bezier curve…Go to Object data & change the bevel depth & resolution to suit you…

Now go into Edit Mode…

Hit CONTROL H…This brings up the Hooks…Choose the first option…Hook to new object…

Tadahh , you have now attached a hook to your Bezier curve…

What this means is that now, in Object Mode, you can move your curve around to Animate it!

The video shows two curves with hooks attached! neat eh?

In the video above, I tired putting many hooks into a face sculpt…Theoretically, the hooks help with when you go to animate, to make the mouth move…I sort of got the idea, but it could be better…One extra thing about adding hooks-so in Edit Mode, select a vertex on your object…Now if you want to select say several vertexes in that same area, just hit SHIFT, then CONTROL + … Control + selects additonal vertexes near to the one you already chose…Keep hitting Control + & the area increases…Then when you add a hook there, CONTROL H, your hook will control that whole area…Like the cheek of a face, or a lip, or an eyebrow, or a clump of hair…

If you increase the render resolution from the default 50% to 100%, of course your finished render will be much bigger…It also takes alot longer…This last video is a render at 100%…Notice how it is different…

Ok, so, combine your above lessons to get to here…In the video above, this is what I did:

First I added a bezier curve…In object data I adjusted the bevel depth to make it a solid…& the resolution there as well…

Ok then I went to the object modifiers & added an ARRAY modifier…Then I adjusted the slider to make many iterations…So your curve becomes many curves, sort of all attached together…

Then I copied that one-manied curve, using SHIFT D(d is for duplicate)…

Did that several times…

Now select one of the curves in Object mode, click TAB to go into Edit Mode, & add a hook-remember how-hit Control H to add a hook…

Do this for each curve you have…

Now when you go to animate, each curve has a hook you can grab onto & move around to make your curve move…

But remember, your curve is actually an array-so when you move your hook, your whole array of that curve moves…So you get like grass…

I only did a few…But you could do more to have really animated grass…

I slowed the frame rate down to 12 frames per second…It is jumpier, but good enough to get the point across…

I also dropped frame resolution back down to 50%…It was way too slow with it set at 100%…

The plane has a green colour on it, then in the TEXTURE menu, an Image file that has the colour UNCHECKED & the NORMAL checked…(scroll down in texture to see these two boxes…) Then I slid the Normal bar way up…This makes the plane have a texture but not the colour of the image file I inserted…I also did this for the material & texture of the grass pieces…

The background image is just a design I did for a heated bird nest…To set a background image you go to World & add New…Then from there, in that order, go to Textures, & add an Image file…Then unclick Blend & click Horizon(in Textures)…Go back to World & click Paper Sky…

I render the film in Quicktime at Mpeg4 setting…

Then drop the file into SimpleMovie, copy it, then paste it back several times to get several loops…Then file Export, AppleTv setting…

From that file, I drop that into Garageband, show Loop browser & add some loops…Then share that to my iTunes folder where I store them…

“Spring”

Spring

spring background

 

spring backside
regarding the use of the word hausmacht…It means more likely made In HAUS…or in house…But I have abbreviated further for canadian minds to homemade, for clarity…However the term hausmacht in germany does mean something larger & more political…Go figure…

spring front

Ok I’m going to talk about glue now…(Note: I use a non-electric camping dehumidifier in my studio…It runs on crystals that absorb water in the air…This is useful if you live near to a Great Lake)…I use bottled water for my water that I mix with glue, it is cleaner…

(for the Grass)Circa 1850 powdered resin glue: comes in a can, you special order it from Canadian Lumber centre, pre-pay, & they bring it in for you within a week…Costs around 25 dollars here or there…You take the powder & you can mix it with a little water & it works…For the “grass” (dyed hair), I cut a plastic water bottle in half & mixed the glue in that, so that I could just grab the grass with my fingers & dip the ends into the shallow plastic to get the glue on…Then quickly stick it into the holes in the Spring sculpture…(The holes have chicken wire inside, which the glue can adhere to)…This worked great & this glue is mighty strong…Note: You must wear a respirator when working with glue…Not a dust mask a respirator…The kind with the two canisters…Get the one for FUMES…You also need to wear some kind of safety glasses…I used Oakley Dartboard frameless clear lens sunglasses…Watch for noseclips that impede your vision, less is more in the nose area of safety glasses…Buy the best-your eyes are your tools here in visual art…Don’t neglect them…(respirator, glasses,fan blowing…))Also: I used a painting knife to poke the grass deep into the crevices-not my fingers which aren’t thin enough…Keep a painting knife handy…You will need it if you are working with grasses & glue & crevices…)

(for the Moss)The Moss is dyed sponge, a natural material that comes from the oceans…I used Gorilla glue, the yellow version for the moss…I wear gloves for this…Dish gloves are great…
In a small tupperware dish, square & flat you put your moss…Brush water onto the areas of the sculpture where you want your moss…Pour some water into the moss filled dish to get it pretty wet…Drip some of your Gorilla glue onto the patches of the sculpture where you want your moss…Stick those moss batches onto your glue drips…DO NOT skip the water step…This yellow gorilla glue needs water to activate it…It will swell up when activated…Expect that to happen…If you don’t want thick swollen glue use another type of glue for the moss…I recommend the Circa 1850 powdered resin glue mixed with water for the moss if you do NOT want thick raised moss…I did use this technique on one side of the Spring sculpture where I did not want the moss to stick out too far…Mix the Circa 1850 glue in a square flat dish with water, drop your moss into that, let it sit to absorb, then drop those bunches onto your spots on the sculpture…It will be less strong because the glue has less of a mechanical hold because it is thinner than the Gorilla glue…Which means you will most certainly need to spray a layer of clear coat after all is well dried to hold your moss in…(Canadian Tire has the yellow Gorilla glue)…(respirator needed, gloves & glasses, as well as fan blowing…)

Weldbond Glue:The Weldbond glue looks white but dries clear…I used this for the satin flowers199 flowers to be exact…You pour some glue into a pile on your worktable, then one by one with your fingers pick up a flower, run it through the glue gathering alot, then choose & apply it to the place on your sculpture…This will take a very long time to do…I use a chair on wheels for this type of work…My table moves too so I can rotate it around depending on what part I am gluing flowers to…I got my satin flowers on ebay.ca …They cost under 10 dollars for the whole bag…truth is I thought they were going to be much bigger…I always forget that things on the internet appear larger than they are…But it turns out, the tiny flowers are better…I gave one pink one away to a little girl, 4 years old, also named Sari (after me, no not one of mine…)Actually I gave it to her mother because though the child is 4 I thought it might still be a choking hazard…But it was the thought that counted…This is where I got the word “Spring” which I am now using as a title for the sculpture…Yesterday, March 8, 2013 looked like Spring already & sure smelled like it too…That damp musky earthy smell…

Note: Thanks to Jerry & the folks at Canadian Tire next door for helping me choose my glues & other artist materials…They have coca-cola now in the tiny glass bottles in the case form in the cardboard like in the old days for $4.99 right now…In case anyone is listening & is thirsty…I sure am…Gotta get some tea now, Bye, Sari Grove

p.s. I will apply Clear Coat in a week or so…But I took pictures before I apply Clear Coat because shine can impede getting a correct photograph

Words of advice: A turpentine or varnish headache is in the pancreas & can be treated fine with garlic…A GLUE headache is different, it resides in the liver & needs fresh air, Oxygen , milk thistle, Goji berries, things that all contain oxygen…

Thoughts: A curator is like a Feng Shui master in that they are concerned with FLOW…Flow in your own studio is important too…Is there enough fresh air? Is the humidity level kept low? Is the lighting bright enough? I wash my floors with Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Oil shampoo with a sham wow mop & a bucket & alot of warm water…This makes the room smell nicer…